Pathways Redux describes the events of a major nine-day crisis in 1994.
In the twilight hours of May 7, 1994, eight Special Forces operatives were paradropped into the Yucatan Peninsula. Seven safely landed and carried the nuclear bomb into the pyramid. Hours later, they ran out of bullets.
This project is based upon Pathways Into Darkness created by Bungie Studios. It is my hope that Pathways Redux sparks further interest in the original Bungie Studios effort. Pathways Redux is not endorsed by or affiliated with Bungie Studios in any capacity whatsoever.
As of November 1996, the locations in Washington, D.C. and the Yucatan Peninsula described in this project have been declared safe by the Center for Disease Control and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. None of the areas described are infective or dangerous.
Note: after the screen where you are asked to enter your name, do a mouse click if nothing seems to happen.
Pathways Redux ================================================================ for more information, please refer to PATHWAYS_README.HTM ================================================================ Date : December 2004 Author : Brendon Chung blender81 AT hotmail DOT com http://www.planethalflife.com/blended Description : Dent, J.M. 'Last Essays.' London: Methuen, 1926. 'Their paunch appearance belied a stunning quickness in their step. I began to distinguish the gleam of eyes under the trees. [...] It brazenly lie before me, and still I could not admit the fool was right. The accursed pyramid was neither Aztec nor Mayan.' Engine : single-player Doom 3 Special thanks to : id software looking glass studios bungie studios ================================================================ * Install Information * To install the mod: Unzip everything into your Doom3 directory. Make sure to retain subdirectories. To run the mod: 1. Run Doom3 2. Activate the MODS menu 3. Select 'Pathways Redux' 4. Click on LOAD MOD 5. Start a NEW GAME ================================================================ * References * Arnett, B. 'The Nine Planets.' New York: John Murray, 1986. Baxter, G. 'The Lost Eighteen.' Ithaca, N.Y.: Hudson, 1977. Brown, L., et al. 'Parable of the Beast.' Scientific American 229, no. 6 (1973): 58-69 Clark, L. 'Alle sorgenti del fiume giallo.' London: Courtland 1953. Cortozar, J. 'Under Western Eyes.' New York: Beinecke, 1973. Dent, J.M. 'Last Essays.' London: Methuen, 1926. Dorian, J.D. 'River Unhinged.' Chicago: Mundell, 1975. Duke, A. 'War of Texas.' Houston: Courtland, 1982. Flansburgh, J., 'In Darkest China.' New York: Marlow, 1971. Garman, R. 'The Jungle People.' New York: Frost, 1955. Hancock, G. 'Underworld.' Marseilles: Three Rivers, 1963. Hugo, V. 'Travailleurs de la Mer.' Rotterdam: Pantheon, 1956. Kimmel, J. and others. Project Pathways. Washington D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1996. Korzeniowski, J.T. 'The Mirror of the Sea.' London: 1894. May, L. 'Lost Wasteland.' New York: 1890. Phillips, S. 'The End of the Tether.' Blackwood, England: 1899. Reed, E. 'Elder Sea Primer.' London: 1892. Ryder, K. 'Yucatan: A Country Study.' New York: Apone, 1969. Spector, W. 'Stereometric Screening by Digital Computer.' Ann. Tech. 7:1033-9. Strauss, B. 'Implications of the Comparative Approach in Satellite Spectrography.' MIDOR Symposium 16. San Marcos, Tex.: Costello Press, 1976. Turk, C. 'Antecedents of Chicxulub.' London: Natural History Press, 1966. ================================================================ Thanks for downloading this mod. If you have any comments or questions, feel free to e-mail me at blender81 AT hotmail DOT com ================================================================ * Copyright / Permissions * This mod is (c) 2004 Brendon Chung. You may not include or distribute this mod in any sort of commercial product without permission from the author. You may not mass distribute this level via any non-electronic means, including but not limited to compact discs, and floppy disks. email me! blender81 AT hotmail DOT com
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